Stand Up Boat (SUB) 14

Stand Up Boat
US$4,200.00 (Approx €3,855.55)
  • Boat REF#  ·  313436
  • Length  ·  4.28m
  • Year  ·  New
  • Construction  ·  GRP
  • Underwater profile  ·  Planing
  • Engine  ·  1 x gasoline 15hp, Yamaha or Suzuki
  • Lying  ·  Western Cape
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Bruce Stirk

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Stand Up Boat (SUB) 14

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Lifestyle & Use

This is the perfect craft for recreational fun activities. Use it on lakes, inland waters and rivers as well as the ocean. It is built for two people, so a great way to take a friend along for the ride. Excellent for fishing or just enjoying a fun day on the water with friends learning a new skill.

Unique Features

The Stand Up Boat is very manageable, easy to pilot and cheap on fuel. It fits on a trailer and can be driven to the perfect spot for a fun day on the water.

Design & Build

The designer, Dylan Soares de Melo, built this unique Stand Up Boat to be stable, easy to operate and fit to use on any type of water. The boat is reactive and launching is simple and trouble-free.

Prices & Process

The price of the Stand Up Boat starts at R69500.00 (boat only). There are a multiple of optional extras and different engine configurations to choose from.

Extra Details

Designer Dylan Soares de Melo
Builder Further Composites
Lying Western Cape

Mechanical

Engine 1 x gasoline 15hp
Engine make and model Yamaha or Suzuki
Engine Hours Not Recorded
Steering tiller
Fuel consumption (approx) Not Recorded
Max speed (approx) 20 knots

Dimensions

Length 4.28m
Beam 1.20m
Draft Max 0.13m
Storage Dry storage

Construction

Construction GRP
Underwater profile Planing
Finish Gelcoat finish

Hull: ISO Polyester, E-Glass, Coremat Sandwich
Deck: ISO Polyester, E-Glass, Coremat Sandwich
Bulkheads: ISO Polyester, E-Glass, PVC Foam Sandwich
Finish: ISO Gelcoat, Cape Grey Hull, White Deck
Non-skid on Cockpit Floor
Maximum Load weight 180 kg

Accommodation

Accommodation

Cooler

Deck Gear

Cockpit Sliding Adjustable Grab Rail.
Cockpit Pillion Seat, (Integrated into Grab Rail).
Build in Cooler Box (Beneath Pillion Seat).
Moulded Engine Bay.
Flush Cockpit Hatch, 550x450x200 (LxWxD) mm.
Flush Petrol Tank Access Hatch, Foredeck,
300x300 (LxW) mm.
Flush Storage Hatch, Foredeck 400x400 (LxW) mm.
Flush Anchor Locker, Foredeck 250x250 (LxW) mm.
Forward 316SS Central Pad Eye.
Aft Port 316 Pad Eye.
Aft STB 316 Pad Eye.
Aft Bilge Drain Plug.

Broker's Comments

Unhindered, independent fun is what the SUB 14 is all about.
This little vessel is surprisingly capable and stable. She can be moved around on her trailer, launched and retrieved with the greatest of ease by a single person. The well designed hull makes her very efficient through the water and with a low Hp requirement she is a fuel-efficient vessel. The uncluttered cockpit and foredeck is ideal for flyfishing, spinning or throwing a cast net.
All in all, if owning a vessel with the following attributes is important to you then she may be just what you have been waiting for. 1) The ability to get into the back waters and narrow channels and stream; 2) Very shallow draft; 3) Light weight; 4) Extremely light on fuel; 5) Very low maintenance costs; 6) Small foot print in your yard or garage; 7) The ability to go solo; 8) Small but safe & seaworthy.

This Stand Up Boat (SUB) 14 has been personally photographed and viewed by Bruce Stirk of Boatshed New Build Boats. Click here for contact details.
The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, these particulars are not a part of any contract or offer and are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through Brokerages, who are acting as brokers for the manufacturer.

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